| 9 February 2023, Thursday |

The international community is observing Hezbollah’s behavior, and fears arise of the return of assassinations

Some international ideas have changed and the pace of contacts accelerated after the attempt to assassinate Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, which shuffled the cards again.

Lebanon had a share in the contacts that took place between the highest international Western and Arab references in order to monitor what is happening in the country, especially that whoever carried out this action enjoys influence in Lebanon.

From Baghdad to Beirut, attention seemed to be focused, and monitoring operations were again set on a hot fire. The fears of a deteriorating security situation in Lebanon were seriously discussed this time in order to thwart any possible scenario that could take Lebanon into an unpredictable abyss.

In this context, sources following the ongoing communications movement indicated that Hezbollah’s behavior is monitored by European countries, especially France. There is great fear sparked in the European international community of the return of assassinations to Lebanon after Kazemi’s assassination took place, especially after accusations were pointed at Iranian militias that are active in Iraq.

The sources added, via “Sawt Beirut International”, that Europe is concerned about the situation in Lebanon after the Lebanese-Gulf divorce, which leaves Lebanon’s gates wide open towards “Iranian evil” that only speaks through means of violence and murder.

Sources pointed out that Europe is closely monitoring the situation in Lebanon and will intensify its contacts with decision-making capitals to curb any attempt by Hezbollah to blow up the situation in Lebanon, and there are moves towards Tehran to prevent it from giving any green light to the party in this regard.

The sources said that the international community is afraid of spoiling the upcoming parliamentary elections, because the parties revolving around the Iranian axis feel that it has lost much of its popularity, and will try to create a tense security atmosphere to postpone the elections indefinitely, and this is what the international community has not accepted and will have strict decisions If that happens.

Regarding the Gulf crisis, the sources pointed out that Lebanon cannot breathe away from its Arab and Gulf neighbors, because its structure does not coexist with the unviable Iranian regime, and Iran is experiencing a chronic crisis and cannot cover the void of the Gulf states.

  • Sawt Beirut International